Attack on Springfield (Japanese: 進撃のスプリングフィールド Hepburn: Shingeki no Supuringufīrudo, lit. "Attacking/Charging Springfield") is an episode of The Simpsons anime, made by Crystal The Mew. Also the non-canon episode. The episode's title is a parody of the Attack on Titan manga and anime series. The episode's Japanese title is also a parody of the Japanese Attack on Titan title. Technically speaking, it was the first episode of The Simpsons to be made in the Japanese anime form.
- Nakumi: [Sees Bart and Homer Simpson] Looks like two people are on the road there!
- Takumi: I'll tell Burns-sans to stop them.
- Mr. Burns: So Mr. Takumi told me there's two people on the road in Springfield. Near my mansion.
- Smithers: Did you get a closer look, sir?
- Mr. Burns: [Holding binoculars] I did. [Sees Homer Simpson chasing Bart] Who is that man over there, chasing the boy?
- Smithers: Homer Simpson, sir. One of the absolute Dum-Dum suckers of Sector 7-G. He's chasing his son Bart.
- Mr. Burns: Simpson, eh?
- Takumi highly resembles Eren Yeager from Attack on Titan. His sister Nakumi also resembles Mikasa Ackerman from the anime.
- There is a Bomberman doll in Lisa's room. Although cameos as a doll, this marks the actual appearance of White Bomberman (from the Bomberman series) in The Simpsons.
- Smithers became a giant blob in this episode.
- When Smithers says "That's Homer Simpson, sir", he does the "twister mouth" animation like Bart's.
- It is revealed that Mr. Burns is a childhood international friend of Takumi and Nakumi.
- Smithers appear in the classic (90's) design rather than a modern design.
- This is the first Simpsons anime.
- Smithers' grey hair is a bit bluish in color in this episode.
- The Eurobeat song "Girls on Film" by The Groove Twins is featured in this episode.
- The ending credits of this episode features only Smithers.